Black Saturday

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  • Black Saturday — refers to several events: * Black Saturday (1621), a particularly dark and stormy day in Scotland. * Black Saturday (1929), the killing of 11 unarmed people by New Zealand police during a Mau demonstration in Samoa. * Black Saturday (Lebanon),… …   Wikipedia

  • Black saturday — Bataille de Pinkie Cleugh Bataille de Pinkie Cleugh Informations générales Date 10 septembre 1547 Lieu Rives de la rivière Esk, à proximité de Musselburgh (Écosse) Issue Victoire anglaise décisive Bellig …   Wikipédia en Français

  • BLACK SATURDAY —    name given in Scotland to Saturday, 4th August 1621; a stormy day of great darkness, regarded as a judgment of Heaven against Acts then passed in the Scottish Parliament tending to establish Episcopacy …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Black Saturday — /blæk ˈsætədeɪ/ (say blak satuhday) noun 7 February 2009, when major bushfires burnt in Victoria, killing 173 people and destroying more than 2000 homes …   Australian English dictionary

  • Black Saturday (France) — Black Saturday refers, in France, to the busiest day of the year when many people go on holiday. This Saturday is usually at the end of July, though in 2007 both the last Saturday of July and the first Saturday of August are designated as Black… …   Wikipedia

  • Black Saturday (1984) — Black Saturday is the name given by wrestling fans on July 14, 1984, when Vince McMahon and his World Wrestling Federation (WWF) took over the Saturday night time slots on Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) that had been home to Georgia… …   Wikipedia

  • Black Saturday (1983) — Black Saturday (September 24, 1983) is the name given to the crisis when the Hong Kong dollar exchange rate was at an all time low. On that day, the USD $1 = HKD $9.6. [Jao YC. [1998] (1998). Money and Finance in Hong Kong Retrospect and Prospect …   Wikipedia

  • Black Saturday (1621) — Black Saturday is a term used in Scotland to describe a dark, stormy Saturday that occurred on 4 August 1621. Many regarded the foul weather as a judgment of Heaven against Acts then passed in the Scots Parliament tending to establish Episcopacy …   Wikipedia

  • Black Saturday (Lebanon) — For other uses, see Black Saturday. Infobox civilian attack title=Black Saturday caption= location=East Beirut, Lebanon target=Palestinians and Lebanese Muslims date=December 6, 1975 time= timezone= type= fatalities=200 to 600 injuries=… …   Wikipedia

  • Black January — (Azeri: Qara Yanvar ), also known as Black Saturday or the January Massacre was a crackdown of Azeri protest demonstrations by the Soviet army in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR on January 20, 1990. In Azerbaijan, Black January is seen as the birth of the… …   Wikipedia

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